Barkow Leibinger

Barkow Leibinger
Schillerstraße 94, D–10625 Berlin
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Development Center for Laser Technology Schramberg

On March 6th, Trumpf celebrated the opening of the extension to the existing Laser Factory in Schramberg near Freiburg / Germany. The Development Center for Laser Technology is a two-story building, measuring 52 x 52 meters. The lower level is partially embedded into a sloping ground contour. Laser testing laboratories, a climate control chamber, and the building’s utility services – functions that need little or no daylight – are found on that floor. On the upper level are office and conference rooms. The façade is made out of laser-cut aluminum fins that run the entire height of the building, lending structure to the façade. An atrium on the office level provides additional daylight and space for leisure.

 

Project Information

Architects — Barkow Leibinger, Berlin, Frank Barkow, Regine Leibinger

 

Team Design and Construction — Cynthia Grieshofer & Ruwen Rimpau (Project Architects), Martina Bauer, Andrea Hronjec, Christina Möller, Klaus Reintjes, Patrick Unger

 

Program

Laboratories, offices, conference rooms

 

Location

Schramberg, Germany

 

Size

6.114 sqm

 

Construction

2011 - 2013 

Client

TRUMPF Laser GmbH + Co.KG

 

Structural Enginner

Breinlinger Ingenieure, Tuttlingen

 

Energy Design

Rentschler & Riedesser, Filderstadt

 

Electrical Engineer

Raible + Partner, Eningen u. A.

 

Fire Protection Consultant

Jörg Schulze, Anweiler a. T.

 

Building Physics

Horstmann + Berger, Altensteig

 

Cost Consultant

Gassmann + Grossmann Baumanagement GmbH, Stuttgart

 

Landscaping

Schröter Ingenieurbüro, Leonberg

 

Office Concept

planpro GbR, Ludwigsburg

 

Photos

© Zooey Braun

© Ina Reinecke/Barkow Leibinger